One Veil . . . Three holidays
Only one Veil keeps the human world separate from the Fae born. Some believe it's safer this way. That magic and mundane simply shouldn't mix. But what happens when worlds collide, and the Veil is crossed? Or worse, broken?
Tinsel, Wings & Fur is a limited edition holiday fantasy romance anthology featuring three unique and NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED holiday stories from three best-selling and award-winning authors.
Experience the MAGIC of the holidays and LOVE that's strong enough to cross the Veil...
Making Spirits Bright - Linda Thomas-Sundstom
Ridley Stone believes… in holiday magic. But she needs to get a few things straight, like what those lights in the canyon really are each Christmas, and who the new guy is that wants to keep her from finding out.
Never in her wildest dreams would she have thought she'd meet a dragon, or be wanted by two sides of the Fae world.
A Winter's Wish - Lisa Kessler
Darren Slater is down on his luck, way down, but not out, not yet. Unwilling to give up on his songwriting dream, he makes a desperate holiday wish that his music might make a difference. But magic doesn't happen overnight, and he still has to eat, so he accepts a part time gig as a mall Santa in Los Angeles.
He never expected to fall for an elf.
Fairydust and Mistletoe - PJ Mellor
On the verge of expulsion from Fairy School, Misti has one more chance to get it right… So, will she succeed?
3 interesting short stories!
3 short stories by 3 different authors dealing with the Fae and Christmas time. Love stories dealing with the Fae and Christmas romances, so I was down for both those aspects. Enjoyed each story! Lisa Kessler’s was my favorite!
Book 1 - Making Spirits Bright by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Ridley and Jake
Odd start to the story and the characters have odd mannerisms, but the overall story idea is a fun one! Ridley’s parents sold their home without telling her, but Ridley has always felt a connection to the canyon by that house, so she returns and encounters the new owner, Jake. Jake knows more about the canyon than Ridley, but both don’t know all the mysteries. I liked that we get POV from both of them, and I liked their connection. I did get a bit annoyed about how unbelieving Ridley was when she hears about there being magical wonders in the world; she’s the one seeing weird lights and hearing weird music in a canyon, but both Jake and Ridley are likable characters. Overall, an interesting read!
Book 2 - A Winter’s Kiss - Lisa Kessler
Sweet, steamy, entertaining short story! Loved the Fae element! Winter Fae Abriette is tasked with bringing back the blood of a prophesied Wisher, so her people won’t lose their magic and die out. She has to go to the human world during Christmas to try and find the Wisher. She quickly finds help from musician Darren, who is also having a rough go of things. These two have an instant attraction that turns into a deep passion. Very sweet chemistry between these two! Enjoyed the music element to the story; loved the lyrics! Also, there was some Santa fun, and Abriette dealing with being new to the human world was fun!An epilogue would’ve been cool, but loved the read!
Book 3 - Fairydust and Mistletoe by PJ Mellor
Whimsical, quirky story about Fae Misti, who keeps failing at the fairy jobs she’s been given, so she’s given one more chance to prove herself as a fairy godmother. She ends up meeting Baxter, who needs a dose of Christmas cheer. Baxter is in for some surprises when he encounters Misti, but there’s a connection between the two. The story didn’t quite flow for me and Misti was a bit too flighty, but I enjoyed the story overall. It’s a fun read with some sweetness.